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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of candoiir is his course, The Draryla's honour his propelling lorce. Would Coinic Wit lier attic su iMunit climb.' Or Frolic Farce ?or Tragedy sublime ? Is ut-Il skill a candidate for fame ? Poth Vocal Excellence prefer ber cl~aim Subscribers-only content

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    or capture;! frui us, otitu- Iini It1is repc-rt sh rt war, tCt.La Guerriere, Matedooiarr and, Jav a, frigates I tle Frolic, Peacockl, Eiervier, .Relr-del r,- Avon, Boxer, and Doirlinica, E'IZ(j iZn the Batl.lir.x a-mim I tandreil, schuole. i.-rhese esse6s hsave Subscribers-only content

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    Caradori, ~and Mr. Braham. &c. ia~y .AR E~t' TomotowMerry Wives of Windsor.: Withi t~ L ntrigue. Anld Tekeli.--Tur sdlay, Fortunze's Frolic'; Witha Love ini a Village aed Tarn Out.-Wedaesdoy, Deggars'.Opera. With T~ribulation atisi PeepingI ITorn-.Ihutsday, Lady and the DeviL. iSth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rida o (his the Se'ond. Mary, by Miss favourite Comedy. HAYMARKET.-Tortrow Pizarro. And Peeping Totmr-- Tuesday, the Belle's Stratagem. Fortune' Frolic. And other Enter- tainnsents.-Wednesday, the Castle ef Andao ia. Youth Love and Folly. And other ,EtertainonentS.-TIrrdOY, a popalar a Subscribers-only content

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    Tale of MIystery.-Tnesday, Oberon. And Cent. per Cent. LYAYMARKET.-TOMOTrow, 1Fortune's Frolic. Paul Pry. And Lock and Key.--Tuesday, Intrigue. And Review.-Wed!5esday, Matrimonv. And Youth Love and Folly.-Thursday, Three Weeks after Marriage. A. d Mrs Wiggins.-Friday, Match Making. And A Sleeping Draught.-Paul Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    London debates, 1780

    Beauty's look was the Music that set them a-going And they danced, 'till they knew not what either was doing. Frolic came to the door, and he set up a laugh, Thought the dance was too dull , and too


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